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Our color mapping feature allows the user to recolor pictures (requires SVG format) in the editor. It can be determined in advance whether a free selection of colors is available in the editor (via color selector) or whether these are predefined (via color set).
(If a color set is assigned to the template, the existing colors are automatically replaced by the colors of the color set when the picture is placed; the user can make adjustments later).

Limiting the number of colors per picture is possible via the Vectorizer.

The adjustment of colors in SVG files or shapes is active by default in the editor, but if this is not desired the image block must be assigned the BlockSetting { "block-map-colors": false} .

To be able to place SVGs as assets in the template, PDF 1.4 (X4) compatibility must be used.

Special aspect for black elements: the color #000000 (R: 0/G:0/B:0) is the default in SVG format. Black is therefore not output as a fill color and cannot be changed in the editor. To work around this, the color value of the affected elements must be minimally adjusted, e.g. #000001 (R: 0/G:0/B:1).

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